Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Elegant Hot LSE:EHG London Ordinary Share GB00BWXSNY91 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.50p -2.89% 84.00p 84.00p 85.00p 86.50p 84.00p 86.50p 106,843 16:35:04
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 43.9 12.2 10.1 8.5 71.04

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Elegant Hot Daily Update: Elegant Hot is listed in the Travel & Leisure sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker EHG. The last closing price for Elegant Hot was 86.50p.
Elegant Hot has a 4 week average price of 81p and a 12 week average price of 78.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 98p while the 1 year low share price is currently 74p.
There are currently 84,571,428 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 97,928 shares. The market capitalisation of Elegant Hot is £71,039,999.52.
stemis: Anyone who thinks LBO doesn't have a grudge against the company only has to read his contortions over the last couple of days. Everything is negative; the absence of a bid, then a bid, and then a rejected bid. If Elegant buy a hotel for a higher per room valuation than their current hotels, they've overpaid. If it's less, it means the value of their existing hotels has fallen. If the pound rises it's bad, if it falls it's bad. Company's don't approach others (at least not unless they are in financial trouble) offering to buy them at below their share price. Liberium is EHG's joint broker. Probably got a bit more inside knowledge/credibility than anonymous posters on Advfn. It's pretty clear that Melia took advantage of a low point in EHG's fortunes to make an opportunistic approach. They want it all not just a share holding so not going to be picking up minority holdings in the market. EHG, who despite LBO's previous claims, are not in financial trouble, wanted a full price. Result, no agreement.
trytotakeiteasy: LBO - I was thinking about this and is devaluation such a bad thing for Elegant Hotels??? They earn in foreign currency (US dollars or sterling) and their costs are in local currency. The asset value of the hotels would fall in sterling terms. However, maybe the hotels would be more valuable if profits increase and this would offset the devaluation. I think devaluation would be a major shock given how long the Barbadian dollar has been pegged to the US dollar. A risk for EHG is that its debt is in US dollars. But the profitability of the hotels would surely increase? I think the Barbadian government will do all it can to avoid a devaluation as it would most likely mean the government would collapse. Probably EHG's share price would fall in the short-term but long-term it could be positive. Any thoughts?
mortimer7: Divi safely received on Friday. 3rd session in a row today for share price moving upwards.
mortimer7: Ex Divi today, 3.5pps. Share price still up 2.5p after deducting the divi.
masurenguy: Elegant Hotels Group (AIM:EHG) The owner and operator of six upscale freehold hotels and a beachfront restaurant on the island of Barbados struggled in its last full financial year against a backdrop of challenging market conditions. However, this didn’t stop the Group fulfilling its IPO commitment of a progressive dividend policy in line with the growth in future earnings. The proposed final dividend of 3.5p, resulted in a full year dividend of 7.0p per share which equates to a yield of 7% on the IPO price of £1 and a whopping 8.5% on the current share price (81.80p). Little dividend growth is currently forecast but the yield could attract some buyers.
bookwormrobert: Just read the annual report - OK to fair. Dividend maintained at 7.0p for the year, so 3.5p dividend on 27th January. Not a word about Zika in report, which is a little disingenuous. Instead, they blame the year's difficulties mainly on the fall in the pound. Anyway, hopefully Zika is behind us now, and I imagine that the pound is near it's lowest point, too. I imagine the share price will rise slightly as a result of the report, but let's see!
bookwormrobert: LBO - your article, which I've read, says no such thing. It only says that the average rainfall for this year's rainy season (June-Nov) was 10% higher than statistical average. The rest is 100% your own agenda, which is presumably to depress EHG's share price.
bookwormrobert: I don't understand why everything is so quiet here; it's enough to make you believe the rumour than a takeover may be on its way. Anyway, if the share price sags to 75p before the results are announced on 17/1 then I'm buying another tranche. 8.5% dividend, share price at 50% discount to net asset value, market leading product and institutional investors aboard; I'd be a fool not to take advantage.
bookwormrobert: All quiet here (I guess) until 17/1 when the latest results are announced. Things I'd like to see in EHG's results: 1. An indication that trading is more or less back to normal this winter high season, and that they are attracting some US tourists as well as their standard UK customers 2. An announcement of a 3.5p dividend (to make a total of 7p a year) - i.e. a total yield of about 8.5% 3. Ideally, the appointment of Luke Johnson (or delegate) to the board; plus possibly representation from the big city institutions he brought in Those three things should mean the share price jumps to around 110p - which would STILL be a 50% or more discount to net asset value. I can't quite explain the current share price - but I am prepared to take advantage of it!
orinocor: There are some good, well-balanced posters on here but LBO is definitely not one of them. He just seems to trawl the internet looking for every negative article he can find. Then he says its only the dividend that is stopping the share price collapsing without mentioning the share price has already collapsed 40%.
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